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Hannah Grover
Position: NM Political Report

Environmental historian reflects on the legacies of Aldo Leopold and the Gila Wilderness

Leopold helped the Gila become the country’s first wilderness area 100 years ago

Report: Inflation Reduction Act has led to more than 100,000 new jobs

Six projects in New Mexico will result in more than 2,500 new jobs

American Rivers ranks waters in New Mexico as the most endangered in the country

Recent Supreme Court rulings stripped protections from the vast majority of waterways in the state

Tribal members discuss impacts of uranium industry

Testimony focuses on rights to life, health, culture, environment and water

SCOTUS hears interstate air pollution case

Good neighbor plan establishes an emission trading program, imposes emission requirements on some industrial sources

Hearing examiner recommends that PRC reject controversial LNG storage facility

Medeiros writes that the facility would not result in a net public benefit and, thus, should not be approved

Cloud seeding pilot program passes first committee

Process has been shown to increase rainfall, but some are concerned about the chemicals being released into the atmosphere

Clean fuel standards bill clears first hurdle

Bill calls or 20% reduction in carbon intensity of transportation fuels

Environment Department pushing forward with strategic water supply

It’s the first step toward developing strategic water supply

More than a dozen state lawmakers express opposition to proposed LNG facility

Evidentiary hearing about New Mexico Gas Co. proposal begins in December

Invenergy: Transmission line will bring economic benefits

The company that hopes to build a transmission line to move wind energy from Union County across the state to San Juan County told state legislators Monday that it will begin an environmenta...

Lawmakers push to expand radiation bill to help ‘victims of the Cold War’

About 96% of uranium mining occurred on Navajo land